As many of you know, a couple of years ago FIRST STAGE did an adaptation of books 1 and 4 of the Baker Street Irregulars series that Dan Boultwood and I did for Hachette Books. Adapted by Eric Coble, it was a great success, and last year the stage play was collected into a book and made available for productions. [&hellip
So The Hollywood Reporter has just announced the news I’ve been holding onto for months – that WWE and Gold Medal winning Superstar Kurt Angle is starring in IN THE RING as ‘Sledgehammer Sullivan’. And not only that, but we’re finally able to announce the other wrestlers currently involved!
So last week, The Thrill List did one of their posts on ‘people who didn’t accomplish anything until their were in their 30s’, showing again that some of the people that have accomplished the most in their lives didn’t start until late into them – and it reminded me of some things I’ve been saying in schools of late. One thing I [&hellip
I hadn’t noticed (apologies for the pun), but my new reluctant reader book, Noticed is out today from Badger Learning. This is a different style to my previous ones, as this is part of a range very much aimed at the reluctant reader girl market. For more information on the book (and a sneak peek inside), go to the Book’s [&hellip
So I said a while back that I’d be doing another TEEN READS book for Badger Learning, aimed at reluctant readers, and it’s just been announced that my book Noticed is out in September as part of their TEEN READS IV series. This time however it’s more aimed at reluctant female readers, and the level of talent in the range [&hellip
So with ATOP THE FOURTH WALL revisiting the Star Trek: TNG / Doctor Who crossover, I’ve had a sudden surge of activity on my Twitter and my Facebook page, asking things like ‘why did you only do four episodes’, ‘why didn’t you use DS9’ and ‘What about Clara?’ Well, the fact of the matter is that by the time I [&hellip
Last week I returned to my old College. Uxbridge College, in fact, a place of learning I attended back in the eighties, and returned to six years later for a night school course. It was where I learned who I was, where I made some of my oldest friends, and where, even if I didn’t follow up on it for [&hellip